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2 Agriculture & Land Use Cities and Urban Land Use Industry & Econ. Develop. PopulationPolitics $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Click for Challen ge! R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

3 This developer of an agricultural land use model supports that land value will decrease the farther one gets away from central markets. Agric. $100 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

4 Johann von Thűnen Agric. $100 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

5 Level of economic activity including agriculture, fishing, forestry, and mining. Agric. $200 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

6 Primary Economic Activity Agric. $200 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

7 Plants or animals whose DNA has been modified, often through combination of DNA from a similar plant or animal species. Agric. $300 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

8 Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) Agric. $300 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

9 Pastoral practice of seasonal migration of livestock between mountains in summer and lowland pasture areas during winter. Agric. $400 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

10 Transhumance Agric. $400 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

11 To increase food availability to rapidly growing populations in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, higher-yield seeds and expanded use of fertilizers were diffused from developed to developing regions in the 1970s and 1980s Agric. $500 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

12 The Green Revolution Agric. $500 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

13 Cities that, because of their geographic location, act as ports of entry and distribution centers for large geographic areas. Cities $100 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

14 Gateway Cities Cities $100 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

15 Cities according to the United Nations have over ten million inhabitants. Cities $200 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

16 Megacities Cities $200 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

17 Formed in the early 1900s explaining the size and distribution of cities in terms of a competitive supply of goods and services to dispersed populations. Cities $300 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

18 Central Place Theory Cities $300 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

19 Developer of the Central Place Theory Cities $400 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

20 Walter Christaller Cities $400 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

21 States that the population of any given town should be inversely proportional to its rank in the country’s urban hierarchy. Cities $500 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

22 Rank-Size Rule Cities $500 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

23 Industry in which production of goods and services is based in homes, as opposed to factories. Indust. $100 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

24 Cottage Industry Indust. $100 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

25 System of standardized mass production beginning in the early twentieth century. Indust. $200 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

26 Fordism Indust. $200 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

27 Describes optimal location of a manufacturing establishment in relation to costs of transport, labor, and relative advantages of agglomeration. Indust. $300 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

28 Weber’s Least-Cost Theory Indust. $300 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

29 Model developed in 1960 that describes a country’s development progression as occurring in five stages transforming it from a least- developed to most-developed country. Indust. $400 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

30 Rostow’s Stages of Development Indust. $400 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

31 Measure used by the United Nations that calculates development in terms of human welfare rather than money or productivity. Indust. $500 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

32 Human Development Index Indust. $500 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

33 Pop. $100 Annual Percentage Increase Time (Years) R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

34 Doubling Time Pop. $100 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

35 Cities that, because of their geographic location, act as ports of entry and distribution centers for large geographic areas. Pop. $200 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

36 Dependency Ratio Pop. $200 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

37 Essentially the number of people an area can sustain without critically straining its resource base. Pop. $300 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

38 Carrying Capacity Pop. $300 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

39 According to this theorist, food production grows arithmetically, whereas population grows exponentially, meaning eventually food supplies cannot support an ever- increasing population. Pop. $400 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

40 Thomas Malthus Pop. $400 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

41 Describes population growth stabilization as a function of economic development. Pop. $500 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

42 Demographic Transition Model Pop. $500 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

43 State governed constitutionally as a unit, without internal divisions or a federalist delegation of powers. Politics $100 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

44 Unitary States Politics $100 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

45 If you get this question correct, you will receive double points! Good luck! R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

46 A bounded territory that is part of a particular sate but is separated from it by the territory of a different state. Politics $200 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

47 Exclave States Politics $200 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

48 State or territory that is small in both population and area. Politics $300 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

49 Microstates Politics $300 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

50 Study of interplay between political relations and territorial context in which they occur. Politics $400 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

51 Geopolitics Politics $400 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

52 Trend toward creation of associations of three or more states developed for mutual benefit and to achieve shared objectives. Politics $500 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

53 Supranationalism Politics $500 R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

54 Final Jeopardy Category is: HUMAN GEOGRAPHY R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

55 What are the seven branches of Human Geography? R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.

56 1. Political Geography 2. Population Geography 3. Urban Geography 4. Social Geography 5. Economic Geography 6. Behavioral Geography 7. Cultural Geography The End! R. Haapanen Warren Township H.S.


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